04-200 United Way of Northwest Vermont We unite communities to solve complex problems, convening advocates, organizations and institutions to address community issues by working together. Our networks, partnerships and strategic initiatives improve lives.
04-202 Franklin County Home Health Agency, Inc. A voluntary, non-profit, Medicare-certified organization that provides home health, hospice, and community long-term care services.
04-204 Northwestern Counseling & Support Services, Inc. Serving Franklin and Grand Isle Counties providing intervention and support to children, adolescents, and adults with emotional and behavioral problems, mental illness and intellectual disabilities.
04-205 Lund Family Center Inc. Helping children thrive by empowering families to break cycles of poverty, addiction, and abuse. Offering hope and opportunity through education, treatment, family support and adoption.
04-209 Champlain Community Services CCS provides one to one supports to people with intellectual disabilities and autism, emphasizing supported employment and career development for adults and transitioning students.
04-230 Resource: A Nonprofit Community Enterprise ReSOURCE provides job-skill training and alleviates poverty by creating economic opportunities through the promotion of reuse in their stores preventing useful material from entering landfills.
04-235 Champlain Housing Trust Serves Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle Counties. Activities include homebuyer education, foreclosure prevention, permanently affordable homeownership, low-interest rehab loans, affordable rentals, and real estate development.
04-250 Mobius, Vermont's Mentoring Partnership Mobius provides resources and support to the 140+ youth mentoring programs in Vermont so they can succeed, grow, and meet the needs of their communities.
04-259 Spectrum Youth & Family Services Spectrum helps homeless, at-risk, and foster youth (ages 14-26) and families make and sustain positive changes in their lives through housing, counseling, and supportive services
04-262 Vermont Family Network Vermont Family Network empowers and supports all Vermont families of children with special needs by giving strong starts, lifting family voices, and advancing inclusive communities.
12-268 Vermont Foodbank As Vermont's largest hunger relief organization, we help to feed 153,000 Vermonters annually and provide food and nutrition programs in schools, hospitals, and senior centers.
04-302 Greater Burlington YMCA The GBYMCA, a charitable organization, provides programs and services focusing on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. We strengthen our community, families, and children.
04-311 Howard Center Howard Center provides mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance use treatment for children, adults, and families, and 24/7 crisis services for Chittenden County communities.
04-340 Committee on Temporary Shelter The largest provider for the homeless in Vermont, COTS serves more than 2,400 adults and children annually through shelter, housing, homelessness prevention, and support services.
04-376 Child Care Resource CCR is a non-profit human service organization that helps families and providers make child care connections, strengthens early learning opportunities, and creates solutions for communities.
04-394 Kidsafe Collaborative KidSafe engages individuals, agencies and groups to work together to improve our community's response to child abuse and neglect.
04-425 Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden & Grand Isle Counties (VNA) The VNA cares for individuals and families through health and related services in homes and other community settings.
04-426 The DREAM Program DREAM is a Village Mentoring program that partners college student mentors with children from low-income housing communities in long-term, supported relationships.
04-430 Vermont Works For Women VWW provides programming in support of employment and workplace success for women. We create opportunities for girls as they discover and explore their future.
04-510 Age Well Age Well's services meet the diverse needs of clients, families, and caregivers. We believe that health happens at home and focus on lifestyle and wellness.
04-520 Steps to End Domestic Violence Working to end domestic abuse and provide supportive services through a hotline, emergency and transitional housing, legal advocacy, children's services, and community education and prevention.
04-530 Voices Against Violence (CVOEO) Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through direct service, education, systems change within Franklin, Grand Isle Counties.
04-540 Flynn Center for the Performing Arts the Flynn produces a 50 plus event season of multidisciplinary work, a 30 performance Student Matinee Series and the 10 day Discover Jazz Festival.
04-550 Humane Society of Chittenden County The mission of the Humane Society of Chittenden County (HSCC) is to foster compassionate treatment of animals and to prevent animal suffering.